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As a state chapter of the Association of American Educators (AAE), the Kansas Association of American Educators (KANAAE) is a statewide non-union, professional educators' organization, advancing the profession by offering a modern approach to teacher representation and educational advocacy, as well as promoting professionalism, collaboration and excellence without a partisan agenda.

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KANAAE Members Meet With Legislative Leaders In Roundtable Discussions

posted by Garry | July 02, 2015, 05:30 PM

KANAAE was thrilled to host two groundbreaking meetings last week between member teachers and legislative leaders across Kansas. The KANAAE Legislative Leader Roundtables, held on Tuesday in Wichita, and Wednesday in Manhattan, were attended by nearly 60 member educators who participated in collaborative discussions about education policy with high-ranking statewide officials. Leaders from the Kansas State Senate, House of Representatives, and Governor Brownback’s office were in attendance.


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Foundation for Excellence in Education Releases Digital Learning Report Card

posted by Garry | June 10, 2015, 03:13 PM

The Foundation for Excellence in Education released the 2014 Digital Learning Report Card last month. The report details state policies on digital learning based on their alignment to the 10 Elements of High-Quality Digital Learning.


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Navigating the Murky Waters of Reciprocity

posted by Garry | June 10, 2015, 02:57 PM

There was a time when educators could count on being granted their license and then spending the rest of their career in a single state, district, or even school.  More and more often this is no longer the case.  As the economy changes, the teaching force continues to evolve.  This is amplified by the fact that the distribution of teachers is not even across the country.  While many communities, mostly urban, are experiencing shortages of teachers, others have a surplus.  Teachers in areas with a surplus may well move to an area with a shortage, gain experience, and then apply in their desired state once they are more established.


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